The latest logistics developments at Renault.


Renault Group, Volvo Group and CMA CGM Group launch Flexis SAS

Renault, Volvo and CMA CGM launch Flexis joint venture


The Flexis joint venture will make electric vans at Renault’s Sandouville plant in France with demand expected to reach 40% a year to 2030


Denis Molle adds IT leadership role at Alpine Cars to his duties at Renault


Denis Molle has taken over as head of IT at Alpine Cars, the sportscar division of Renault Group, while retaining his position as head of IT engineering at the parent company

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Highlights from ALSC Europe day one


 Delegates at ALSC Europe 2024 heard how to better scale and leverage relationships across the automotive supply chain to be more competitive

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Red Sofa Interview: Jean-Marc Carlicchi on Renault’s next step in digitalisation


 The OEM is five years into its digitalisation journey, and is now on track to use more predictive technologies.

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Speed to market is critical for affordable electric vehicles

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As UK carmakers prepare to increase EV production and compete with cheaper Chinese imports, special care is needed to establish resilient and efficient supply chains

From left to right: V. Barale (Louis Vuitton Group), P.M. Huet (Michelin Group), A. Briant (École des Ponts ParisTech), M. Graham (DECATHLON Group), D. Le Vot (Renault Group) and Y. Salamon (Argon&Co)

Renault, Michelin renew supply chain research chairmanship with Paris university


The chair will focus on promoting innovation, agility and green transformation across the supply chain. 


Thierry Bolloré joins About:Energy as director


Thierry Bolloré has taken a new role as director of About:Energy, a battery technology start-up, and will use his 30+ years’ experience to oversee its automotive strategy

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Renault Group partners with École des Ponts ParisTech for AI and supply chain digitalisation


Renault Group has partnered with École des Ponts ParisTech to explore the future of AI optimisation in the supply chain.

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Toyota pushes forward with Battery 3R circular economy strategy


Toyota is working with industry partners including Jera and Redwood Materials to find new uses for end-of-life EV batteries as well as sustainable recycling

Renault and Volvo Group partner with CMA CGM for electric vans

Renault, Volvo Group and CMA CGM partner in JV for electric logistics vans


Renault and Volvo Group will have a 50/50 stake in the joint venture to build new electric logistics vans, while CMA CGM also invests

Francesca Gamboni becomes head of Procurement and Supply Chain at Volvo Cars

Volvo Cars makes Francesca Gamboni head of Supply Chain


She takes over from Kerstin Enochsson, who left the role in June to join Swedish manufacturer SFK.

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Denis Le Vot is chief supply chain officer at Renault Group; Jean-François Salles to lead strategic partnerships


The board-level position reports to CEO Luca de Meo. Renault’s current supply chain vice-president, Jean-François Salles, leads partnerships in materials, battery and digitalisation

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Rebuilding trust is key to solving the European capacity crisis


At last week’s Spring Congress of the Association of European Vehicle Logistics’ (ECG) closer industry dialogue was seen to be helping repair a stubborn capacity crisis in the outbound sector


Renault hacks emissions out of the supply chain


Renault Group recently held a two-day hackathon to brainstorm ideas for decarbonising its supply chain.


Renault signs deal for EV battery supply with Verkor


Battery maker Verkor will be supplying lithium batteries for the Alpine pure electric C-Crossover GT from its gigafactory in France from 2025


Renault and Bosch reap the benefits of digital investments


At this year’s ALSC Europe conference, supply chain and logistics leaders from Renault and Bosch outlined the digital platforms they were using to make the inbound delivery of parts more efficient


Interview: Renault's journey to the supply chain metaverse


Jean-François Salles reveals how Renault is advancing predictive management of logistics and supporting employees to take faster decisions across locations – while looking ahead to a true ‘metaverse’ for supply chain


Tanger Med boosts vehicle throughput and cuts emissions


Tanger Med port in Morocco handled almost 478,600 finished vehicles in 2022, an 11% rise on the previous year. The majority of vehicles were exports from Renault Group and Stellantis.


Wallenius’ wind-propelled car carrier benefits from EU funding


The joint Orcelle project to bring a wind-powered car carrier into operation by 2027 has received €9 million funding from the European Union.


Renault plugs car making into the industrial metaverse


At its recent Tech Industry Day in Flins, France, Renault revealed the savings it was making by digitalising production and logistics processes

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